The first Trickeye 3D Museum of Southern Thailand, is located in Phuket Town. It is an interactive museum with a concept that stimulates your creativity and imagination. Phuket 3D Museum is a great place to take your kids or your friends a for a couple of hours of silly fun. Instagram photo lovers won’t be disappointed either. If you are no familiar with the concept of Trickeye Museum, also called 3D museum, it’s a place where you interact with giant paintings for some fun photo sessions.
Phuket Trickeye Museum is not new attraction in Phuket Town but is the perfect escape for a couple of hours on a rainy day. Located not far from the old Phuket Town, it is easy to reach and can be combined with some museums visits. The price is a bit high, but if you have kids you will not regret all the fun poses and hilarious photos you will be taking back home! Phuket 3D Museum is an interactive 3D painting exhibition offering amazing photo opportunities and great fun for the whole family. Located on the corner of Montri and Phang Nga roads in a large two-storey building, it features a gallery of about 100 painted and sculpted scenes using trompe-l’oeil (French for ‘deceive the eye’) techniques, placing visitors in hilarious unreal world-like situations.
Before entering the museum, all visitors are asked to take off their shoes which are then kept in plastic bags at a counter in the main entrance hall. It’s here where you’ll find the first large painted illusion: a view of an Old Phuket Town street (the corner of Phuket and Phang Nga roads) featuring a large hole filled in with lava.